Thank you for your interested in the January 2020 Lecture.
Evidence-based Pediatric Psychology Services in School and
Amy Hughes Lansing, Ph.D.
Saturday, January 25
9am - 12pm
Children and adolescents with chronic illnesses and their families have unique behavioral, emotional, and academic needs. The application of evidence-based interventions in school and outpatient settings for these families is key to improving quality of life and long-term health and well-being. We will discuss strategies to support health promotion, reduce school absenteeism/school refusal, and decrease social-emotional difficulties in children and adolescents facing physical and psychological health challenges.
School psychologists will receive 3 NASP-approved credits for attendance.
University of Nevada, Reno
Participants in Las Vegas may participate via video conferencing. The lecture will be live-streamed to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
A special thank you to the UNR Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities and the UNLV College of Education, School Psychology program for co-sponsoring this workshop!